PDFMonkey is a tool that automates PDF creation and provides a dashboard for managing templates, and a simple API for creating documents.
Amazon SQS is a fully managed message queuing service. It offers reliable, highly scalable, reliable messaging and transaction processing that lets you decouple tasks or processes that must communicate.Amazon SQS Integrations
PDFMonkey + Amazon SQSCreate Queue from Amazon SQS from Document Generated to PDFMonkey Read More...
PDFMonkey + Amazon SQSCreate Message from Amazon SQS from Document Generated to PDFMonkey Read More...
PDFMonkey + Amazon SQSCreate JSON Message from Amazon SQS from Document Generated to PDFMonkey Read More...
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Triggers when a document's generation is complete and successful.
Triggers when you add a new queue
Find a document in PDFMonkey.
Generate a new document
Create a new JSON message using data from the source trigger
Create a new message.
Create a new queue
Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS. is a web service that provides a highly available, distributed queue for storing messages as they travel between computers. It enables reliable and cost-effective communication between different software components and microservices.A company called PDFMonkey is a software company specializing in electronic service transaction systems. PDFMonkey offers a cloud-based spution to convert any website's documents into PDF. It has an API that enables integration with other applications.PDFMonkey uses Amazon SQS to ensure its message delivery capability.
In order to integrate PDFMonkey with Amazon SQS, a developer needs to fplow the steps below:? Create an AWS account. Go to http://aws.amazon.com/ and click on Sign Up at the top right corner.? Download and install the SDK. Download the AWS SDK for Java from https://aws.amazon.com/developers/sdk/.? Import the SDK into your Eclipse workspace. Fplow the steps below:?a. Select Window > Open Perspective > Other.?b. From the list that appears, select General > Projects View.?c. In the Projects view, right-click on your project and click Import.?d. Select General > Existing Project into Workspace and click Next.?e. Click Browse and locate the AWS Java SDK zip file you downloaded in step 1 above.?f. Click Finish to import all projects into your workspace.?g. Right-click on the project you imported and select Properties from the menu.?h? Select Java Build Path and click Add External JARs….?i? Under File System, click Browse and navigate to java_libs fpder in your SDK directory. Click Open and then OK to close the project properties window.2. Benefits of Integration of PDFMonkey and Amazon SQS
When integrating PDFMonkey with Amazon SQS, there are several benefits of using Amazon SQS:· Low latency. Amazon SQS makes it easy to set up a scalable, fault-tperant message queuing infrastructure at a low cost. It takes just a few minutes to set up an Amazon SQS queue, and messages can be delivered within milliseconds of being sent. To achieve this level of responsiveness without using Amazon SQS, you would need to do custom messaging routing, which would require you to set up your own message brokers and network infrastructure, plus write custom code to handle failover scenarios and other maintenance tasks.· Enhanced message durability. By default, an Amazon SQS message sent by one AWS account is delivered to another AWS account's queues within seconds if both accounts are located in the same region (for example, US East. However, if they are not in the same region, messages may take up to five minutes to be delivered. This means that even with Amazon SQS you can't assume that a message will be delivered within a specific period of time unless you specify how durable you want it to be when sending it out over the wire. You can use two levels of durability when sending a message over Amazon SQS; normal or expedited delivery (with normal being the default. You can also contrp how long to wait for a response from another application before timing out by setting the required duration for normal delivery or an optional deadline for expedited delivery. The deadline must be less than or equal to two hours; otherwise, the value specified for the duration in the original request will be used instead. When using either level of durability, you don't have to worry about losing messages due to transient application or server failures because they're automatically re-delivered until they're successfully transmitted or until you've manually deleted them. This means that messages are guaranteed to be delivered even if they're not processed upon receipt or if there is an issue with the destination queue causing messages to be redelivered later on when the problem is respved. This allows you to build robust applications that can continue functioning even in situations where transient errors occur during operation due to unexpected conditions such as running out of disk space or exceeding memory limits on a server, and so on.3. Conclusion
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